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Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Colorado Mesa StudentCPT Gives Back Colorado Mesa University StudentCPT encouraged chapter members and other organizations to support the Angel Tree. Gifts ranging between $10-$20 were collected and given to families in need. They celebrated with a wrapping party topped off with hot cocoa! Florida State Feeds the Hungry Florida State StudentCPT […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: Do You Ever Wonder Why?

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Ever wondered why you are not quite hitting the mark in some key area of your business or life? You have laid out the perfect plan. You have the right team in place. The resources you need to execute are available, and all should be moving forward. However, the breakthroughs are […]

The NASBA CPT Co-Hosts 14th Annual Audit Conference

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 On December 3, 2019, 175 professionals, business leaders, public accountants, educators and policy setters gathered for the 14th annual Ensuring Integrity: Audit Conference at Baruch College in New York, NY. Attendees included partners from the Big 4 accounting firms. Hosted by the Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and the NASBA Center […]

GOOD NEWS: Multiple Companies Donate Toward Australian Bushfire Relief

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 In late 2019, Australia began experiencing one of its worst bushfire seasons to date. Millions of animals have been affected, thousands of people have been displaced, dozens of citizens have died, and millions of acres have been burned. Through this tragedy, people from around the world have sprung into action to […]

Why I Give

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Milton Brown, PA, CPT Life Director Milton Brown serves as a Life Director for the NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s Board of Directors and is a proud supporter of the CPT. Mr. Brown was influential in the founding of the CPT and continues to serve a special role within the […]

Ethical Leadership Training – How to Get Your State Set Up

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Ethical decision-making is critical but difficult when the tools to do so aren’t readily available. The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is committed to training and providing professionals and students with the tools needed to make ethical leadership decisions. Several State Boards of Accountancy have elected to use the […]

Student NEWS

Ethics Matters Nov/Dec 2019 Oklahoma State University StudentCPT members heard from Wes Colwell, former chief accounting officer of Enron North America, who discussed ethical dilemmas he faced throughout his career and how he navigated through them. East Central University Earlier this semester, East Central University StudentCPT members teamed up with the Stonecipher School of Business […]

Business with Purpose

Ethics Matters Nov/Dec 2019 Every fall, the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity at Lipscomb University honors local companies and individuals who have distinguished themselves through business practices based on integrity and purpose. The luncheon was held on November 21 at the JW Marriott in Nashville, TN, to honor this year’s finalist and winners. […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: Are You Truly Committed to Giving?

Ethics Matters Nov/Dec 2019 Throughout my life, I have heard of concepts and philosophies like the law of reciprocity, return on giving and even strategic giving. While the first thought many of us have with these phrases is related to finances, I believe there is a greater opportunity for ethical leaders to give more of […]

A Great Year for the CPT

Ethics Matters Nov/Dec 2019 With the holiday season approaching and 2019 coming to a close, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) team would like to thank you for the support you’ve provided the CPT this year. The CPT’s success is directly attributed to the incredible volunteer leaders and contributions received throughout the year. […]